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Cypress Ridge Cottages

Ballandean, Southern Downs Area

Indicative Rate * AU$114 to AU$360

A cosy fire in winter, a shady veranda in summer, savouring the local wines and gourmet foods, your cottage set amongst the tranquil bush setting; this is what awaits you at Cypress Ridge Cottages. Just three hours from Brisbane, they are situated in Ballandean, the heart of Queensland's Granite Belt wine country.

The Studio cottages are perfect for couples and the One Bedroom Cottage whilst ideal for couples, can sleep four - great also for the family getaway. The cottage styles reflect the history of Australia but with the luxuries you expect. All cottages have a log fire, kitchenette and barbecues. A guest laundry is available as well as DVD's and Library.

Enjoy an afternoon of Bush Bocce in the shade of the Gum trees. Take a walk around the property with its rugged beauty of granite outcrops and natural bushland. Kangaroos, possums and birds abound. Sample the local wineries, explore the natural beauty of one of the three nearby National Parks, taste the local produce at one of their local cafes, restaurants or tavern or just relax on your veranda and watch the world go by. The choice is yours.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Canoeing

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
2357 Eukey Road
Ballandean, Southern Downs Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Studio Cottage

Their two open plan luxury Studio Cottages have all the comforts and privacy you need and wish for. Includes recliner lounges, log fire, queen bed, kitchenette, and shady veranda overlooking your own private barbecue in a tranquil bush setting while set in the ideal location, close to wineries and national parks. Layout includes a kitchen/dining room, ensuite and bedroom/living area. You can choose either a private bush setting or overlooking the dam. The veranda has an outdoor setting and your own personal gas barbecue is provided. The cottage is fully self-contained and is self catered. All linen provided.

1 Bedroom Cottage

Relax in one of their spacious One Bedroom Cottages with open plan living area, log fire, separate bedroom with queen bed, private barbecue, and shady veranda overlooking the tranquil bush setting while in the ideal location, close to wineries and National Parks. The layout includes a double sofa bed in the living room by the log fire, while the queen bed is in a separate bedroom. this is a great option for families. A rollaway is available if required. The spacious layout contains all you need to be comfortable, kitchenette, private ensuite, large entertaining area and a cosy log fire. The cottage is self-contained and self catered with kitchenette facilities. All linen is provided.

All cottages have a log fire, kitchenette and barbecues. A guest laundry is available as well as DVDs and Library.

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Kroombit Tops National Park

Biloela, Banana Area
Free Entry
This park has been impacted by recent severe weather events in Queensland. Please check park alerts on the NPSR website for the latest information on access, closures and conditions. Off-road adventures begin at Kroombit Tops.

Mount Scoria Conservation Park

Thangool, Banana Area
Free Entry
Mount Scoria rises up from the surrounding plain, a single and spectacular highlight against an otherwise flat landscape. Across its peak, multi-sided rocks are regimented into large vertical and semi-vertical pillars or columns, blunt at the top as if they’d been cropped.

Isla Gorge National Park

Banana, Banana Area
Free Entry
Year-round, Isla Gorge is amazing. Each season and even at different times of the day, the park offers outstanding experiences with the land covered in thick evergreen foliage and a backdrop of coloured cliffs and gorges that put on quite a display as the sunlight shifts throughout the day.

150th Meridian

Moura, Banana Area
Free Entry
Located one kilometre east of Moura on the Dawson Highway, the 150th Meridian marker shows the position of the imaginary line (150 °E) on which Queensland (Eastern Standard) time is based. At the time of the equinox, a day is exactly 12 hours long anywhere on the Meridian line.

Goovigen

Goovigen, Banana Area
Goovigen is a small rural village in the region’s northern farming heartland. A short distance north-west of Jambin off the Burnett Highway, fewer than 300 people live in the town. The streets of Goovigen are as neat as a pin and the heritage buildings have been either restored to their former glory or updated for present needs.

Callide Dam

Dumgree, Banana Area
Free Entry
Callide Dam is located 12 kilometres from Biloela via sealed road and approximately 90 kilometres south-west of Gladstone via the Dawson Highway. While compact, the lake provides visitors with rewarding fishing - especially for golden perch (yellowbelly) and barramundi.

Duaringa

Duaringa, Central Highlands Area
Duaringa is located 107 kilometres west of Rockhampton along the Capricorn Highway. The small town is the essence of a small rural community. Duaringa is the oldest township in Duaringa Shire with buildings dating back to the 1860s and a corner of the local hotel has been preserved to show how early pioneers lived.

Baralaba

Baralaba, Banana Area
Old fashioned values and friendly townsfolk are the hallmarks of Baralaba. Those traits and a stubborn streak for sticking around. More than a century of economic upheaval has threatened the town on many an occasion, but Baralaba locals are a stoic lot.

Mount Morgan

Mount Morgan, Rockhampton Area
Mount Morgan is an historical mining town nestled on the Dee River a short 38 kilometre drive from Rockhampton. The town is rich in nineteenth century Queensland colonial history and has artefacts and relics from the gold rush days that visitors can experience.

Thangool

Thangool, Banana Area
More than 130 years in the making, Thangool first opened to settlers, who tried it as a sheep run in the 1850s. Soon to fail, beef cattle were introduced and later, dairy and cotton took hold. Based on the success of these industries, a make-shift town sprang up.
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